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Fan stopped working in my 1998 gmc jimmy wont blow out any air

Warm or cold air

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  • amy_minch Apr 14, 2009

    it must be the blower motor cause the heating and A/C are not blowing anything out.

  • ERIC BAKER May 11, 2010

    Which fan the radiator fan or the blower motor for the heating and ac?

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Try checking the fuse's, if the fuse's are good it could be a bad blower motor.

Posted on Apr 14, 2009

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